Henry Kissinger Quotes by Tom Lehrer, Christopher Hitchens, Noam Chomsky, Gloria Steinem, Jill Stein, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and many others.
Political satire became obsolete when they awarded Henry Kissinger the Nobel Peace Prize.
I had real plans for my next decade and felt I’d worked hard enough to earn it. Will I really not live to see my children married? To watch the World Trade Center rise again? To read – if not indeed write – the obituaries of elderly villains like Henry Kissinger and Joseph Ratzinger?
I don’t think that experience is a very useful or convincing attribute for a sensible foreign policy. Henry Kissinger had a lot of experience.
I am not now, and never have been, a girlfriend of Henry Kissinger.
The neocons are supporting Hillary [Clinton] just like the neoliberals are. She’s seeking the endorsement of Henry Kissinger as well.
Pride comes before a fall – although in [Henry Kissinger’s] case it’s more conceit than pride.
Love is when you realize that he’s as sexy as Woody Allen, as smart as Jimmy Connors, as funny as Ralph Nader, as athletic as Henry Kissinger and nothing like Robert Redford – but you’ll take him anyway.
I wanted to look at how people deal with death. Why is Henry Kissinger not in jail and Charles Manson is?
Henry Kissinger is the greatest living war criminal in the world today, with the blood of millions of people in Vietnam and Cambodia and Laos and Chile and East Timor on his hands. He will never appear in a court or be behind bars.
There’s a great quote from Henry Kissinger, which I became aware of from reading [Joseph] Heller’s Good As Gold. He said: ‘Every great achievement was a dream before it became a reality.’
I always thought Henry Kissinger was a disaster because he lies like most people breathe and you can’t have that in public life.
Henry Kissinger is possessed of a truly superior intelligence, in addition to which he has two qualities which, unfortunately, many great men lack: he is able to listen and he has a very subtle sense of humour.
The propaganda system allows the U.S. Ieadership to commit crimes without limit and with no suggestion of misbehavior or criminality; in fact, major war criminals like Henry Kissinger appear regularly on TV to comment on the crimes of the derivative butchers.